MOINGUP SPRINGS

 

 

Moingup Spring - Western Australia

 

GPS 34 24 01 S 118 06 11 E

 

 

 

 

Entry fee and / or camping fee charged Toilets available Tables and / or seats and / or shelters provided Fire places or BBQs available Open fires prohibited Tent camping sites Caravan access possible Pets prohibited Sight seeing area Ranger or caretaker on site or visits

 

 

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NOTE: A lightning strike and resulting bushfire destroyed this site in December 2019. It is currently closed and we have no information on when it is likely to re-open. The following information is for achival purposes only:

The springs were once used as a camping place by the local Aborigines. Later it was used by drovers moving stock through the range as it was a known source of water.

Today it is a tranquil campsite set amid jarrah and marri trees.

It is a great place to base yourself if you want to explore the Stirling Range.

There are only 4 campsites suitable for caravans, the rest are better suited to tents and camper trailers.

Campfires are prohibited here at all times.

Pets are not allowed here but generators are permitted during specified hours. See onsite signs for details.

At the time of writing, sites here cannot be booked and are allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Water was available from tanks when we visited but it was signposted as 'not for drinking'.

The campsite is only a few metres west of Chester Pass Road in the Stirling Range National Park. Look for signs as you travel through the park.

The area is very popular during wildflower season as the national park is a flora hot-spot. There are also many birds resident here.

There are excellent walking trails in the National Park.

 

 

 

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